Saturday, May 25, 2013

Friday Night Doodles

 Sat down to watch the Girl Who Played with Fire. When it was over I had drawn the above drawing while in bit of a fugue state.
The one below I was aware of as I drew it.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Doodle at Lunch


                                         Pardon the fuzziness, it's about 3'x3' so too big to scan.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Thursday, April 04, 2013


Animatic Session SponeBob Movie
                                                      Final Mix on the SB 4D Ride
                                           DJ at the Mixing Board at Technicolor For Atlas

Fresh Brush Pen and a New Sketch Pad = more drawings

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Slinging the Ink

                                         Always angling for a free drink at Story Tavern...Plus
                                         they supply the paper

                                         The Party

                                            The Picnic

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Meeting Doodle and A Lunch Doodle

I listen better when I draw.

Below was me trying to explain to some one fortunate enough to have never seen Honey boo Hoo

Monday, January 07, 2013

Who do that Hoo Doo that You Do so Well? He Do that's Who.

While waiting for the movie Django to begin this little guy crawled out of my brush pen.
He got wee wrinkled on the ride home.

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Doodle at 30.000 Feet

I was in Dallas over the holidays, catching up with family and getting my mom comfortable with using a computer. Went to an exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art thanks to my friend BenjaminVincent who treated myself and my brother with his membership. I was so completely inspired seeing all the posters cira the 1870s. Seeing all those beautiful wall sized posters. It made me want to work really big.  
First the poster show, and then reading my friend Richard Lange's hardboiled modern day LA crime novel "This Wicked World" caused this drawing jumped out of my brush on the flight home. 

The fellow in the foreground I had drawn several months back. I drew his head his arms and part of the cash register, but then grew disenchanted with where the drawing was going. But a long flight can get the wheels in your head turning again. As soon as I drew the pistol, I knew where the piece was headed. 

If you're in the Dallas area I recommend the poster exhibit.

If you like reading I recommend you check out Richard's book.

Oh and if you dig Vampire Novels Check Larry Hama's The Stranger